NBCSN-PROBLEM Gary Norris Gray-BASN-Newsroom-Staff Reporter The Boston Bruins and the Pittsburgh Penguins are both on the golf course after the second round of the Stanley Cup Finals. NBCSN-National Broadcasting Company-Sports Network broadcasters Keith Jones and Michael Milbury are not happy because their teams are not going to the Conference Championships. The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated […]Read more "NBCSN-PROBLEM"
Just a Boston Strangler Away By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN NEWSROOM PHILADELPHIA (www.basnnewsroom.com) As I write this the Philadelphia 76ers are down three games to zip to the Boston Celtics. They may get swept or stave off elimination for one more game. What’s most important here, however, is […]Read more "Just a “Boston Strangler” Away"
By Gary Norris Gray, BASN-Newsroom-Staff Reporter The United States of America is going through another episode of traumatic race relations, with this country’s leader turning a blind eye to the current crises and even aiding and abetting the enemy with his comments. This on the 71st anniversary of Jackie Roosevelt Robinson breaking the baseball […]Read more "HAPPY JACKIE ROBINSON DAY 2018"
POPSICLE BROTHERS #7: FIRST TO SIXTEEN – WINS, PART TWO By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief, and Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter BASN NEWSROOM PHILADELPHIA, PA, OAKLAND, CA and VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (www.basnnewsroom.com) As the last week turns, let’s now size up how the West will be done… […]Read more "Popsicle Brothers Report #7 – First to Sixteen – Wins!! (Part Two)"
Popsicle Brothers’ Report # 6 – First to Sixteen – Wins!! (Part One) By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief and Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter BASN NEWSROOM PHILADELPHIA, PA, OAKLAND, CA and VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (www.basnnewsroom.com) As the grind of the 82 games continues, even before the post-season, this […]Read more "Popsicle Brothers Report – 6: First to Sixteen – Wins!!"
PLAY FAIR Gary Norris Gray-BASN Newsroom-Staff Reporter As the yearly March Madness tournament comes to a close, cracks are surfacing all over the hardwood floor. In the men’s Final Four there will not be an African-American head coach. In this Final Four, the players are still not being paid for their countless hours of practice, […]Read more "PLAY FAIR"
By Gary Norris Gray, BASN Staff Reporter OAKLAND — As The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) begins its March Madness basketball tournament the first week of March, there is a growing concern about players, conferences, teams, and Mid-Majors. The Missouri Valley Conference is shrinking with each passing year as the conference begins to search […]Read more "THE MVC: DEATH OF A CONFERENCE"